Posts Tagged ‘b&w’

Found object: A leather glove

February 24, 2013

anyone?

No one ever looks at a lost glove and thinks it’s a close match for one they have recently misplaced. Will this one end up in, rather than on, the trash at the end of the day, or in the lost and found? Do they bother?

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Bun akimbo

September 30, 2012

Early days of fall; one of the best times to be in NYC, even having a walk in midtown.

Light winter rain

January 24, 2012

Another gray day. Puts me in the mood for black and white. So warm there’s no need for gloves – no complaining about that.

Off-center

January 3, 2012

That feeling of not-rightness is going around today. 72 hours broke us of our workaday habits; here we go again.

Walking & reading a map

December 15, 2011

Another day of reading in public. Manhattan’s grids make for (mostly) easy navigation. This pedestrian appears unconcerned; the earmuffs could be blocking out some distracting street sounds.

Side-Street Stroll

November 4, 2011

It’s a finger-popping, casual kind of a day. Friday’s are good.

Hanging out @ Abercrombie

June 3, 2011

Scaffolding is up around Abercrombie & Fitch on Fifth Avenue. It’s really interfering with the people watching – sidewalk crowds are smaller, and the entrance looks more like a construction site and less like a club with shirtless doormen.

Winter lunchtime

January 22, 2011

When it’s in the 20’s, not as many people are on the streets during lunchtime. The guy with the sandwich board for the barber shop is a recent addition to the neighborhood. Street level would be a better shop location than the second floor, and it would help if the sign read “Fl,” not just “F.”

Lounging @ the entrance

October 28, 2010

Everyone was crowding the doors and lobby of MOMA yesterday. Blame matinee day and a continuation of the freakish weather.

Fake found photo

August 21, 2010

There are fewer photographs being printed these days, and fewer bad pictures being tossed on the sidewalk. That’s not to say plenty of bad pictures aren’t being taken with digital cameras. I deleted the color info from this picture to give it that timeless feeling; ignore the newish Fedex truck if you want to play along.